Old and Busted: “Change we can believe in”
The New Hotness: “Tea partiers are racist terrorists, and are the REAL enemy!!!”
As Ace observes, they’re getting off to an early start, so keeping this meme on it’s feet for fourteen months is going to hella difficult, given the housefly-like shelf life Ed Schultz’s ridiculously amateurish “black cloud” sham enjoyed.
Regardless, previous failure never stopped a Democrat before, right?
“The real enemy is the Tea Party –- let’s remember that,” said Rep. Frederica Wilson of Miami Gardens, host of the meeting and jobs fair. “The Tea Party holds Congress hostage … They have one goal in mind, and that’s to make President Obama a one-term president.”
She got energetic applause from the crowd of hundreds at Mt. Hermon AME Church in Miami Gardens. So did Rep. Maxine Waters of California, who recently said the tea party should “Go straight to hell.”
“I’m in church. I’m not going to repeat that,” Waters said Monday.
She also said: “We have to stand up and fight. It’s fight time…We’re not afraid of the tea party…In this struggle, we have to define who we are, what the president is doing and not let our voices be overshadowed by the tea party.” …
Sometimes I really do feel sorry for left-leaning Millenials , whose entire political perspective has been shaped by a perpetually pissed-off, sociopathic version of the Ministry of Truth. Actually, that’s kind of redundant, now that I think about it.
Obama has no record to run on, so I’m hardly surprised by the early resurgence of the left’s Bush Derangement Syndrome (New and Improved to include anyone who disagrees with Obama’s divinity). However, I really don’t see this accomplishing anything other than tossing some scraps to their base, who’d vote for Obama even if the guy was caught standing over the dead body of a police officer, smoking gun in hand. If his recent poll numbers are to be believed, the rest of the country isn’t buying any of it.
The Democrat Party has this tendency to render genuine character defects completely benign, and as is the case here, they’ve done the Ku Klux Klan a real solid by making the charge of “raaa-cist!” about as believable as the promise of Skittle-pooping unicorns. Good job, halfwits.
But seriously, I really do feel sorry for Millenials, who’ll never know what it was like to consider voting for a president who actually, you know, got stuff done…